IBC2011, RAI AMSTERDAM, NL (PRWEB) September 10, 2011
Discretix, the leading provider of field-proven content protection and embedded security solutions and AwoX, a leading international supplier of Internet media devices, announced the availability of a secure DTCP-IP solution for Android devices.
The variety of new devices capable to consuming and displaying HD content has had a major impact on todays home entertainment market. These new smartphones, tablets, connected TVs, hybrid set-top boxes and game consoles, are driving the need for easy to use, cross-device content sharing solutions. To address this need Discretix and AwoX have partnered to offer a joint DTCP-IP solution. Based on the Discretix hardware-assisted DRM client in combination with AwoXs mediaCTRL mobile edition, the solution is in full compliance with the security requirement of content owners.
The DTCP-IPs link protection technology protects content in-motion between home entertainment devices against unauthorized access, while ensuring that content can be viewed and copied on authorized devices. DTCP enables content to be transmitted, in an encrypted form, only to those home network devices that have authenticated compliance with DTCP. The stringent security requirements set by major studios and content providers coupled with the performance essential for HD video mandate the use of hardware-assisted DRM solutions.
The Discretix hardware-assisted DRM client reinforces the DTCP solution by protecting permanent key material, sensitive data and premium content. A key component of the Discretix offering is its field-proven Multi-Scheme DRM Client which includes all of the essential elements necessary for a robust implementation on open operating systems such as Android, MeeGo and Linux. The client is available on all of the leading mobile platforms in the market today.
The Awox mediaCTRL mobile edition provides handset OEMs and ODMs with a complete solution to integrate the next generation of mobile multimedia features in their product. AwoX mediaCTRL is DLNA certified and provides guaranteed interoperability with thousands of other DLNA certified home devices. Awox mediaCTRL currently supports the leading mobile platforms and chipsets for all advanced DLNA use cases including Play To and the new DLNA Interoperability Guidelines of Protected Streaming of Premium Video. AwoX mediaCTRL has been deployed in over 30 million consumer electronics devices.
Discretix and AwoX are exhibiting at IBC2011 in Amsterdam, September 9-11 in the RAI Centre. Discretix booth is located in Hall 4, Stand Number 4.B603, AwoX booth is located in Hall 2, Stand Number 2.C33.
Discretix security solutions are deployed in a wide range of consumer electronics devices enabling services and applications, while protecting the device and its contents. Discretix products include embedded security co-processors and a broad range of security applications. The solutions are tightly integrated into the device, enhancing security without compromising the user experience. Discretix, a privately-owned company, serves the needs of some of the worlds best-known semiconductor and device manufacturers and has been consistently ranked among the leaders of the embedded security market. For more information, please visit http://www.discretix.com.
AwoX designs and develops cutting-edge products and technology for playing, sharing and controlling network media. AwoX specializes in implementing industry-reference technologies for network media streaming, video on demand, and media playback. Based on this technology, AwoX manufactures electronic modules for consumer electronics, and final products for leading service providers. AwoX connected devices enable operators to serve premium audio and video services in the home. AwoX is a board member of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) and of the Internet Media Device Alliance (IMDA). AwoX is backed by Innovacom, BNP Paribas Private Equity, Soridec, and CIC-CM Private Equity. http://www.awox.com
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